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Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Peter Howitt|
|Produced by||Richard L. Johns, Peter Howitt|
|Written by||Peter Howitt|
|Music by||Andre Barreau|
|Editing by||David Barrett|
Dangerous Parking is a 2007 drama film based on the novel of the same name by Stuart Browne.
Dangerous Parking tells the story of Noah Arkwright, a cult director in the indie film world, whose life is dominated by alcohol, drugs, and casual sex.
Alcoholism and drug addiction have him firmly in their grasp - but Noah has no interest in acknowledging either until Kirstin, a reformed alcoholic, convinces him that he is heading for destruction and sets him on the path to reclaim himself.
With the help of his best friend Ray and his new girlfriend Claire, Noah attempts to get his life back together. And that is when Mother Nature deals him the cruelest blow of all.
Peter Howitt adapted the novel into a screenplay and directed the film, which he produced with Richard Johns.
Principal photography was completed on November 16, 2006; the film was completed in May 2007.
- Peter Howitt — Noah Arkwright
- Saffron Burrows — Claire Matteson
- Sean Pertwee — Ray Molina
- Rachael Stirling — Kirstin
- Tom Conti — Doc Baker
- Alice Evans — Etta
- Victor McGuire — Harry
- Tokyo International Film Festival official site, last accessed November 21, 2007